What dish best represents Singapore? Chefs weigh in

Each chef makes a convincing argument for why he or she chose the dish. ST PHOTOS: GAVIN FOO, NG SOR LUAN, KHALID BABA
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SINGAPORE - In multiracial, multicultural Singapore, can one food item or dish truly represent the diversity and richness of the country? After all, many beloved dishes are also found across the Causeway or in other countries in the region. Others were brought here by immigrants.

But it turns out there are at least 10 things that Singaporean chefs think make the cut.

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